The Center for Men’s Health Equity was established in the Summer of 2021 in the Racial Justice Institute at Georgetown University. The Center team conducts research at the nexus of men’s health and health equity in an effort to achieve optimal well-being and social justice for men. In a pioneering way, the Center for Men’s Health Equity at Georgetown University examines all of these factors to form a more holistic picture that benefits men, families, healthcare practitioners, service providers, academicians and policymakers.
The Center for Men’s Health Equity leads state, regional, national and global research, policy, and practice to pursue men’s health equity, well-being, and social justice.
- how ideals of manhood can be used to motivate men to engage in healthier behavior;
- how gendered racism, distrust and mistrust affect health;
- the role of stress and coping in men’s health; and
- how an intersectional lens can be used to inform men’s health interventions.
An Interdisciplinary Team with a Disciplined Focus: We are a team focused on men’s health outcomes and the full range of factors that affect men’s health.Meet Our Team
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The Center for Men’s Health Equity welcomes any project inquiries; if you would like to contact use regarding an upcoming project, please submit this survey.
The Center for Men’s Health Equity can be contacted at email@example.com